Danville Crown Molding Installaion

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Business Description: COMPLETE LINE OF RENOVATION
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Business Description: General Handyman work I have been doing Handy Man Services for over 20 years and have a very respected business in Nashville, Tn. I am on time, professional and clean up after myself. I will work on your house with the same care I would work on my own home. Free Estimates Fully Insured No Job is too BIG or too small!
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Business Description: Founded by Hector Vasquez back in 2005, Tough Builders, Inc. has established itself as one of the greatest and prestigious providers of construction focused interior renovation services and building. We provide a professional renovation and installation services with a real focus on customer satisfaction. Our construction Services is a multi-task company. Additional email - romeovasquez3@msn.com.
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Business Description: At Leonard's Service We do all type of repairs! I specialize in deck cleaning sealing and deck restoration!
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Recent Review: In a word, outstanding. We had the fortunate experience to have met and hired Daniel in 2007 where he pressure washed and stained our deck, caulked and painted all exterior trim, put epoxy flooring in our garage and painted the garage interior. His prices were extremely reasonable and the work was top notch. Thus, we hired him in 2008 to do the most important painting of all, our home interior. Daniel was extremely helpful and patient with us during our color selections. His painting crew would have made Michaelangelo proud. They did a phenomenal job and the price $6700 came in at half of what three other local painting companies wanted for the same job. Consequently, we have currently scheduled World of Color to put in additional crown molding in our remaining bedrooms as well as paint the basement rec room / mancave. Next year we will most likely have World of Color install new porcelain floor tiling in our living and dining rooms. We are a militarily family and are extremely prudent/careful about who we let in our home to do work and also take our review comments seriously. Without hesitation or reservation we strongly recommend World of Color.
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Business Description: Family owned. Additional services - Landscaping & mowing, major remodeling, painting - interior & exterior, pest control, power washing, commercial & residential cleaning, remodeling, roofing & repair, room additions - basement rooms, tile installation & repair, water damage repairs, window cleaning, window repairs including screens & yard work. Additional phone - (276) 415-4434.
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Recent Review: Excellent, perfect, great people to work with, trust worthy. Just plan ahead as they are very busy.
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Recent Review: I  emailed 3 companies and Brian was the only to respond.  We were in dire need when I called  as we were just getting over a major leak in our upstairs hall bath.  Not only did the leak have to be repaired, but the leak left us with a mold issue. Which was re-mediated by another company.  Our family of 4 was down a bathroom and we were about to start back to school, so I needed someone to help us right away. Brian came by and looked at our bathroom.  He was prompt and friendly and the only one to make time for me and my family's needs.  Brian gave me an estimate and was able to start a few days later.   Brian was excellent at communicating with me.  He responded to email and text promptly and was true to his word.  If he told me his staff (Dan and Dave) would come between 8:30-9:00, they were there. If the staff was going to miss a day, he told me that too.   I was also concerned about having the workers there while I was away from home but  they were perfect gentlemen; respectful to my home, my children and pets.   On the first day, Dan did the demolition of the tub area and set a new bathtub.  Dave came in the next day and begin preparing to set the tile.  Both men were friendly and respectful and a pleasure to have in my home.  They both took pride in their work and was careful not to waste supplies and confirm what I wanted in the bathroom.  Brian's team worked with the supplies I chose and even made adjustments to pipes when I picked a vanity with drawers that did not quite fit. I also chose a medallion to be set in the flooring with the other tile.  I know they weren't quite sure about the medallion (24"x 24" in a 5' x 9' bath room)  but Dave worked with me to put it in where I wanted it and worked out whatever little quirks it took to make it work.  The entire job was completed in about 3 weeks just was Brian promised. Additionally, when we had the leak from the upstairs bathroom, the ceiling downstairs had to be opened in two places to repair water damage.  Brian's team was able to patch the holes and paint the entire ceiling downstairs in the kitchen and family room.  Although Brain was there for the bathroom, it was nice to be able to take care of it without having to find someone else. I know that Brian had other remodels going on, but he and his team made my remodel their priority. They are hard working, dedicated and go the extra mile.  For example Dave used the downstairs powder room for personal needs.  The weekend before the remodel started, my nephew broke the left arm of the toilet paper holder off the wall.  I tried to repair it , but I guess my spackle job was pretty bad.  WITHOUT being asked, Dave applied more spackle and made it look 100% better.  Brian went as far as to replace the flapper(?) on the toilet of this same powder room, because he heard it run. (at no charge!)   The true test of Brian's integrity was dealing with the light fixture in the upstairs bath.  The light I chose  was back ordered and not scheduled to come in until after the project was finished and Brian was paid.  He promised to come back and install the fixture once it came in.  Brian could not do it him self, but did sent a friend and licensed electrician, Paul Bapple to install the light on his behalf.  He was excellent, especially since the light was more work than he anticipated.  Brian and his team have earned my trust. I WILL USE ON ONE ELSE WHEN I REMODEL MY OTHER BATHROOMS AND KITCHEN.
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Recent Review: Marshall and his crew turned my house into a home. I love the results!!
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Business Description: Family owned and operated, we strive to provide customer service that is of the highest standard. We are an environmentally friendly company and can offer low to no voc paints. We remove all debris daily and only start on sections that can be put back into order at the end of the day to reduce stress and mess. We have been serving Fredericksburg and surrounding areas for more than 20 years.

Reviews in Danville to Install Crown Molding

FOne Call Bristol
We used Angies list to email One Call Bristol, and said we needed crown molding installed.  We received an immediate response asking us to call or provide our telephone number to set up an appointment for our free estimate.  We replied immediately with our phone number, and a list of several days we were available.  After not hearing from the company for several days we emailed them on 3 April 2012, and told them if we didn't hear from them by 5 April 2012 to set up a date for the estimate we would assume we needed to find another contractor.  We never received a reply.
- Joseph S....
APierpoint Construction Inc
Excellent, perfect, great people to work with, trust worthy. Just plan ahead as they are very busy.
- Kevin C....
ABianco Design And Build Corp
A friend recommend this company ,because their performance were exelent, they did a bookcase and porches at my friend house that why i call them their work it's exellent from the beggining to the end in my house doing the crown molding ,installing the doors and paint,i imagine the color for my living room and they made it ,that is perfect, and they suggested made something at the porch and that will be the future perform that will be done with this company Victor Lacassa is exellent in manage his company and co-workers you can trust your money and your house to him ,i will be work in any future work with them
- Carla Z....
ABrian M Sperty - Kitchen & Bath Specialist
I  emailed 3 companies and Brian was the only to respond.  We were in dire need when I called  as we were just getting over a major leak in our upstairs hall bath.  Not only did the leak have to be repaired, but the leak left us with a mold issue. Which was re-mediated by another company.  Our family of 4 was down a bathroom and we were about to start back to school, so I needed someone to help us right away. Brian came by and looked at our bathroom.  He was prompt and friendly and the only one to make time for me and my family's needs.  Brian gave me an estimate and was able to start a few days later.   Brian was excellent at communicating with me.  He responded to email and text promptly and was true to his word.  If he told me his staff (Dan and Dave) would come between 8:30-9:00, they were there. If the staff was going to miss a day, he told me that too.   I was also concerned about having the workers there while I was away from home but  they were perfect gentlemen; respectful to my home, my children and pets.   On the first day, Dan did the demolition of the tub area and set a new bathtub.  Dave came in the next day and begin preparing to set the tile.  Both men were friendly and respectful and a pleasure to have in my home.  They both took pride in their work and was careful not to waste supplies and confirm what I wanted in the bathroom.  Brian's team worked with the supplies I chose and even made adjustments to pipes when I picked a vanity with drawers that did not quite fit. I also chose a medallion to be set in the flooring with the other tile.  I know they weren't quite sure about the medallion (24"x 24" in a 5' x 9' bath room)  but Dave worked with me to put it in where I wanted it and worked out whatever little quirks it took to make it work.  The entire job was completed in about 3 weeks just was Brian promised. Additionally, when we had the leak from the upstairs bathroom, the ceiling downstairs had to be opened in two places to repair water damage.  Brian's team was able to patch the holes and paint the entire ceiling downstairs in the kitchen and family room.  Although Brain was there for the bathroom, it was nice to be able to take care of it without having to find someone else. I know that Brian had other remodels going on, but he and his team made my remodel their priority. They are hard working, dedicated and go the extra mile.  For example Dave used the downstairs powder room for personal needs.  The weekend before the remodel started, my nephew broke the left arm of the toilet paper holder off the wall.  I tried to repair it , but I guess my spackle job was pretty bad.  WITHOUT being asked, Dave applied more spackle and made it look 100% better.  Brian went as far as to replace the flapper(?) on the toilet of this same powder room, because he heard it run. (at no charge!)   The true test of Brian's integrity was dealing with the light fixture in the upstairs bath.  The light I chose  was back ordered and not scheduled to come in until after the project was finished and Brian was paid.  He promised to come back and install the fixture once it came in.  Brian could not do it him self, but did sent a friend and licensed electrician, Paul Bapple to install the light on his behalf.  He was excellent, especially since the light was more work than he anticipated.  Brian and his team have earned my trust. I WILL USE ON ONE ELSE WHEN I REMODEL MY OTHER BATHROOMS AND KITCHEN.
- Monica A....
DAdvanced Painting
We bought a house in Stafford County and wanted to have it repainted prior to our moving in.  We also wanted to add some crown molding, a backsplash in the kitchen, and mount the TV above the fireplace.  We found Steve on Angie's list and after much discussion with him and the other two contractors, we decided to hire Steve.  The main reason we decided to hire Steve, is he said that he would be onsite for the entire project and had an experienced crew that could complete the project in the allotted time.  We had new carpeting and hardwood floors being installed after his was completed.  He knew this up front and we paid for him to come behind the other installers to 'touch up' the walls if needed.  (All part of the contract.)  Prior to beginning the project, we met Steve at the house to give him a key and go over any final issues.  Well, it went downhill from there.  You see, he did not show up as scheduled, and then called and stated he was delayed in the previous project, but would make up the time to get back on track.  Two days passed with minimal work done in the house.  the fourth day of the project, Steve finally showed up with a crew - his lead painter and several new workers he just hired.  (We did not know this until we had him come back to at least complete the painting and touch-up when his lead painter laughed at the common mistakes made by the 'day labor' like not painting between the medicine cabinet and back wall, not painting behind the toilet tank, not painting above a door, etc. I ended up taking a week off work to supervise the project as Steve could not be counted on to be onsite and oversee the project as Steve never showed up to the job site except to check on his folks, bring supplies, and then leave.  The only time Steve did anything was when he came back to 'fix' the issues so he could get the rest of his money - less the uncompleted tasks.  One year later, the crown molding joints are exposed and need to be recaulked and repainted, the backsplash was never done because his tile person could not get to the site within the timeframe and the old paint color is showing through on some walls - which appear to have only one coat instead of the two coats he agreed to in the contract. Would I hire Steve again, NO!!!!  He's a nice guy, but when I found out that he 'double booked' me with a 'more important job' and focused on that job with his permanent crew, I was p*****!!!  Next time I do something like this, I will write into my contract that the person we're hiring will be the person doing the job or they forfeit 50% of the price.  I know it's wishful thinking, but not to be upfront and honest with me and my wife is disrespectful and dishonest.  We live in an 50+ retirement community and our neighbors wanted to know how Steve and Advanced Painting performed.  I'm sorry to say that we did not provide a very good recommendation.  I certainly hope the 'more important job' was worth it.
- Michael O....
ACraig Construction LLC
We are so happy with Craig's work and would recommend this business anytime. Craig came into our home to correct issues left behind by our former contractor. Needless to say, we were apprehensive after our past experience but from the start Craig assured us he'd fix our problems, do a great job and that the nightmare was over. He was right. All along the way Craig illustrated professionalism, skill and diligence that provided us with the high quality results we had expected from the start of our project. His work is beautiful, he takes his time and does things the proper way. The subs that came in to work were also professional and experienced. Craig was on site to supervise the work and to perform quality control to ensure that everything was just right. We will finally have the beautiful home we wanted and can now get on with life. Thank you Craig for your hard work and the beautiful job you did in our home.
- Linda J....
FNathan D Killmon
Terribly! He refused to submit a contract or estimate - said it wasn't necessary on the Eastern Shore. He had come recommended by a person whose landscape work I valued highly - Nate was his cousin; I foolishly trusted. He was chronically late sometimes not showing up until after noon and then leaving 21/2 hours later, sometimes not at all. I constantly asked him for an accounting of the costs because I live on a very fixed income; he told me not to worry which is when I should have stopped trusting. He finished in Aug and submitted a generalized bill for labor and materials which was astounding, $1,050.00! He would not show me the bills for materials and kept the remaining lumber and supplies that I paid for. The additional costs were incurred because he sued me in court even after I offered to pay him monthly until the bill was satisfied. I tried to bargain with him; he was verbally abusive, threatened me, and warned me that he would sue, that he'd done it before and was very successful at it. He did; I lost because I came unprepared for his presentation complete with pictures of my home. Indeed his talent lies in litigation not in home repair and customer service.
- Patty M....
FTwo By Four Construction LLC
I have been dealing with this company, Two by Four Construction, for more than five months trying to resolve problems that the son Gary Jr created. I have an incomplete kitchen at my son's home and damage to the top of the crown molding above the wall cabinets.  The company continues to take contracts through Angie's List, but in five months they have not come back to finish the job. Initially, the owner Gary Sr. came out to my son's house to give a quote for the required work and he seemed knowledgeable. The first and second day of work went pretty well, however on the third day, Gary Jr. did not install the crown molding correctly as he was instructed. I was not present on the third day and in my absence, the crown molding was improperly installed too low, not meeting the ceiling and Gary Jr. was subsequently told to stop work and take it down until the issue could be resolve with me. Gary Jr. also brought in a second worker that day without first consulting me first and this used up additional labor hours unnecessarily. In addition, I discovered several gaps, up to a quarter inch, in the crown molding that is still in place. I've have been trying to get Gary (the owner) to come out since 7 November to resolve this issue with my son and I.  Gary has had multiple family concerns that prevented him from coming out.  We were understanding of this, but through our patience we were neglected while he continued to take on additional work.  Two different appointments were not met by Gary Sr to show the work we were unsatisfied with. This took over an hour and a half of travel time on my part that was completely wasted. These appointments were "no call/no shows." The third appointment date on 22 Feb, both Gary' and Gary Jr. came to my son's home to see and hear our issues with the workmanship. Gary Sr saw our concerns, admitted that the work could have been much better, and agreed to correct the issues himself.  We came up with a list of the things that needed to be corrected and how many hours remained on our contract. He sent a follow up email the next day but didn't include any time frame for when he could come to complete the work at my son's house. We requested multiple times over the next two weeks for dates he could perform the work. We sent him 16 different dates in March that would work for us and my son even offered to try and bend his work schedule for other days if needed. This job should have been a priority because of the issues needing correction and the time lost to date. Since 22 Feb, I've had nothing but emails back and forth and he now says his first available date is 14 April, six weeks after 22 Feb, to begin correcting the existing work and finish up the remaining contract labor hours.  I am now requesting my money back for the Big Deal so that I can find someone else to finish this job.  I was willing to let him correct the work, but my time and frustration in dealing with this situation is now more than I am willing to cope with. I have no faith in this company's workmanship, dedication to their craft, or reliability to hold to a schedule.   Desired Resolution:   Materials: 6 Pieces of Chocolate Brown (Starter molding) $780 2 Pieces of Cornice $250 Materials = $1030 Labor: 15.5 hours x $42.83 p/hour = $665. 8.5 remaining hours on the contract. 7.0  hours work for the final day of their third trip to our house has to be pulled down. That days work is wasted. $1695 is the total of our expenses for the workmanship issues we have. This is not even including the labor it will cost us to have a different contractor pull that work down. There was also a piece of Rope trim that was cut but only a small amount so we will not use that in our figures. Eventhough the materials will cost me more than the Big Deal Contract, my desired resolution is for a contract refund in full.
- Linda F....
ASMART HOME IMPROVEMENTS
He did a beautiful job.  To avoid covering vents he cut around them when installing base board.  Created a baseboard specifically for this.  He is worth every penny and I would have him back again and again.
- Elisabeth E....
AJulian Homes, Inc
This was a lot of work for these guys to complete!  The crew of three were very punctual, arriving at 8:30 am each morning and leaving around 5 pm.  The job was finished in about a week.  Like with most things, not everything was perfect in the original cabinet order (from another company) but these guys were able to problem solve and use their expertise to slightly modify the kitchen without compromising the function or design.  I added quite a few other requests as the job was being completed, like installing the new light fixtures throughout the house and adding plugs outside for my Christmas lights and Mr. Julian had no problem adding it to his workload.  Julians' team accommodated me with what I wanted and not just what would be easier for them - they gave great advice that I trusted. His labor cost was more than FAIR - it was GENEROUS. Julian Homes is like that rare, honest auto mechanic you find and don't want anyone else to know about.  He is GOOD and FAIR.  I highly recommend him.
- Candice C....